43 CFR 4300.30 - Can someone else protest my permit application?

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§ 4300.30 Can someone else protest my permit application?
(a) Yes, anyone may file a protest with BLM. The protest does not have to be in a particular format nor on a BLM-approved form but it must:
(1) Be filed in duplicate with BLM;
(2) Contain a complete description of all facts upon which it is based;
(3) Describe the lands involved; and
(4) Be accompanied by evidence of service of a copy of the protest on the applicant.
(b) If the person protesting also wants a grazing permit for all or part of the land described in the protested application, the protest must be accompanied by a grazing permit application.

Title 43 published on 2013-10-01

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